By . Bathroom. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 16:22:27 PM.
When you live in a rustic mountain house or cabin, it is almost required to lean into honeyed wood tones and rich brown shades. If the rest of your house is boasting some lovely natural wood colors, tile your shower to match with something a little darker. Even if it does not match exactly, the rustic look will still be a winner.
Here is an interesting twist: a subway tile shower enclosure with the tiles installed vertically instead of horizontally. This puts an emphasis on the height of the space plus the vertical lines of the tile pattern aligns with the window frame, the mirrors and other elements in the bathroom. It is also nice that the shower fits in the corner of the bathroom and has a transparent glass enclosure which maintains an open feel throughout the room.
Some people do not want a big boxy vanity at all. So how do you get a rustic vanity when there is not really a vanity to choose in the first place? You use a worn edged rustic piece of wood and make one yourself. With pipes for legs, you achieve a completely open vanity that still whispers all kinds of wonderful rustic things.
Originally, the tiles used on the walls of the NY subway stations were white with a glossy glazed finish and thin grout lines and while the pattern and the overall style were preserved as such, there is now a wide variety of colors to choose from. This shower, for instance, features dark green subway tiles which contrast with the wooden flooring and frame.
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